An enchanting New Year's Eve tablescape with vintage clock face printables under clear glass plates at each place setting, accented by candlelight and antique gold and silver pieces.
I had so much fun putting together this little New Year's Eve tablescape. One thing I love about this holiday is that it is a good excuse to do everything with lots of sparkle and glam! My table reflects this with antique gold, silver, candlelight and the sparkle of many glass pieces.
Truth be told, I'm not sure that I am really ready to let go of Christmas decor and projects. It makes me sad to even think about it. I have been listening to Christmas music since September and I have so many holiday decor ideas that I haven't gotten to yet.
That is the beauty of New Year's eve though. It is such a fun "last hurrah" of the year and transition into the new year. My Christmas decor is always still up during this holiday too, so I get to enjoy the best of both worlds.
I am so thankful for this year we have had, but I am excited to move onto 2020. It is so weird to hear that number. That felt like so far in the future when I was in high school. But, I am excited to see what this year brings and even more excited to spend it with my hubby and sweet littles.
Anyhow, back to my tablescape details. Everything I used for my table was something I either had on hand or picked up at the dollar store!
I started with these vintage clock faces. You can print them off HERE. I cut them out and put them directly on top of these antique gold chargers I picked up from the dollar store.
I then layered clear glass dinner and salad plates on top of the clock faces. I picked up these plates at the dollar store as well. I love how you can very clearly see the clock faces through the plates, but they look very classy at the same time.
I accented my table with these strings of stars garlands I pulled off of the Christmas tree in my daughter's room (you can purchase them here, or here are good ones that are similar but more budget friendly here and here). I love how wiry and glittery they are for New Year's eve. I love decor that can be used for multiple holidays.
I also used lots of candlelight and as the sun started to set, everything glowed and felt so cozy.
I had picked up these bottles at the dollar store a few weeks ago. I thought they would make really pretty candle holders because of their fun shapes and elegant feel.
I used plain old silver pipe cleaners I had on hand to tie the napkins. I didn't want to layer them on top of the plates because I wanted the clocks to show, but I loved how they looked sitting next to each place setting on the table.
I love how budget friendly this table is- but it still feels special. Entertaining doesn't have to be expensive.
Are you ready for the New Year? I hope you enjoyed my little tablescape! Here are 10 more tables for inspiration!
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